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extending from new england new england, pennsylvania, western maryland and west virginia. some of this is coming slower toward the northern then down ya valley. cumberland, glare -- the shenandoah valley. cumberland, garrett county. we'll be watching this cross the region as we go through the morning. 73 in winchester and leesburg. culpeper and manassas are 75. on the bay 80 in annapolis, easton. with enough sunshine, we could be closer to 90 this afternoon. it will be muggy either way. 5:00 a.m., monika samtani, timesaver traffic. >>> thank you so much. good morning, everybody. if you're planning to head around town, this is what it looks like on the beltway. no problems to report. all of that overnight construction has been cleared up. we're going to first take a look if you're planning to head in on the dulles toll road or 66, lanes are open coming in from the west. no issues in tysons corner, an dan dale and down into -- annandale and down into springfield as well. we'll take a live look out of manassas. looking good. a bit of volume forming early o. that's the way it's goi
in woodbridge, virginia. they each face seven counts of reckless endangerment of a child. investigators say the two women were trying to care for 21 children between the ages of three months and four years old. and they say investigators found seven infants strapped into car seats and left in bath rooms and closets. none of the children was injured. >>> another rabid beaver has turned up in fairfax county. a group of youngsters were add the hidden pond nature center sunday when a beaver jumped out of the water and started chasing them. an animal control officer shot the beaver before it bit anyone. last week an 83-year-old woman was bitten by a rabid beaver while swimming in lake barcroft. on sunday a rabid raccoon turned up in the same neighborhood. police believe infected raccoons are biting the beavers and are warning everyone to be care and keep a close watch on their pets. >>> later this morning, maryland's public service commission is going to open a hearing into power outages during this summer's derecho storm. the hearing is expected to zero in on pepco's performance after the june
no delays. i'll be back at 5:09. >> thank you, monika. >>> the final counties in northern virginia that didn't start classes last month are kicking off the 2012-2013 school year this morning. >> which includes fairfax county, the area's largest school system. kristin fisher is live in lorton with more on the traffic mess that people can expect this morning. hey, industries continue, good morning -- hey, chris continue, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning. before students get to enjoy their brand new building here at south county middle school, first they have to get here which is no small feat on a day that's been nicknamed terrible traffic tuesday. after a nice summer break, today marks the return to some of the worst traffic in the entire country. sounds pretty terrible, right? hence the name. here's a look at what you can expect on the roads today. this is all according to aaa. 2.8 million commuters on the road in the d.c. area. about a million students that will need to be transported to and from school and more than 7,000 school buses. here's john towson with aaa. >> the traffi
is very light. there's no one there. no hov restrictions by the way in maryland or virginia except on route 50 as you come in on route 50. you will have hov restrictions in maryland. here's what it looks like inside the beltway on 66. no issues to report as you head for the roosevelt bridge. we want to let you know that metro, by the way, opens at 7:00 a.m. i'll be back with more traffic at 5:09. >>> rain fell across our area last night, but those storms caused serious problems in some spots. >> sort of the usual suspects here, too. firefighters even had to rescue some stranded people in a part of northwest washington that seems to flood almost every time it rains. kristin fisher is live in the bloomingdale neighborhood with a look at how things are looking now. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning. much better than last night, i'll tell you that much. last night's storms may not have looked like too much where you are, but here it got very ugly very fast. this stretch of rhode island avenue between 1st and 3rd streets northwest were closed for two hours last night due
. >>> the virginia department of transportation is making it easier for drivers to get an ed pass transponders to pay tolls in virginia and 13 other states. officials say the recently launched ez pass and the go program allows psengers to get prepaid ez pass transponders at various retail locations throughout virginia. it's pretty easy. pick up a transponder, ez pass it. >> i think it's a great idea. more and more people are going to use it and why not make it easy to grab them. >>> what are we going to be looking forward to in the next half hour? >> a lot of folks on the internet had trouble reaching some of their favorite sites yesterday. we'll check on how that's doing this morning. >> sounds good. thanks, jess. >>> a u.s. drone strike takes out a top al qaeda figure in yemen. that story is coming up. >> people in parts of washington state have to pack up and get out. they're facing mandatory wildfire evacuations. >> ahead in sports, the nationals bounce back from their weekend series and have a fest in new york. we'll be right back. >>> well can back. 5:on -- welcome back. 5:09. you probably need
are down. they're up this morning across denver and minneapolis. high pressure was over west virginia yesterday. just starting to pull off shore this morning. so our winds are going to turn more to the southeast today. we'll have more of a southerly flow. temperatures will creep up just a little bit here over the next couple of days. look at the tropical forecast across the eastern half of the country. lots of sunshine. boston 78. philly 81 degrees. out to our west even, we've got mid-80s from the ohio valley, chicago upper 80s along with st. louis. just a beautiful day across the eastern half of the u.s. around here today, 82. looks fantastic. dry tonight. we're back in the low 50s to low 60s. tomorrow looks really nice as well as friday. friday may see a few more clouds 83. by the weekend, there could be a late shower or storm on saturday, 82. sunday looks okay right now. then a better chance of rain late monday into tuesday. it's 5:17. >>> good morning, everybody. lincoln and r street in northeast, watch out for some police activity. you may have to scoot around it to get around wi
and into the mountains of western maryland or west virginia. temperatures this morning down in the 50s in most spots. in town by the bay, we've got lower 60s. winchester 52. visibilities a little bit of an issue. we have fog reported in frederick a half mile. down in warrenton at a mile. leonardtown and tappahannock, visibilities quite low. that's zero visibility from leonardtown. here comes monika with a traffic update. >>> good morning. it's still looking great out there. the good news is that all of your construction from overnight is gone and all the lanes are open on all of your major thoroughfares. so far i'm going to keep my fingers crossed that your friday morning stays that way. route 32 out of columbia, 95 coming in down toward laurel, the bw parkway, no issues to report into greenbelt. all that construction in the greenbelt area on the beltway is cleared up. let's take a live look outside. if you're planning to head here on 95 at route 198, as i said, coming in from laurel and even baltimore, everything is looking good. back over to our maps. this time we'll head over to the inside of the
speaker, of course, vice president joe biden, highlights coming up later. >> thank you. >>> virginia governor is saying that the president's well- spoken words are not enough. republican bob mcdonnell is saying that white house policies are burdening states. >> the biggest thing i hear is from the small business people saying that the tax and policies are oppressive and punitive and it makes it harder to create jobs. we have the lowest number of new start up businesses in america in 30 years based on this president's policy. so, that's the most disturbing actor. >> the governor was in charlotte, north carolina, when i spoke with him yesterday. he was there as part of a group called president barack obama is not working. that put republicans in place to respond to speeches from the democratic national convention. >>> an investigation is underway in a police shooting. it happened last night at county road and foster street in maryland, that is just across the washington, d.c. border. the man who was shot just been arrested. he asuspected of stealing a motorcycle. he was hit in the back
seem spread out from pennsylvania all the way back into west virginia. locally we're seeing the activity generally north and west of washington. now really getting closer and closer crossing interstate 81 off to our south and west. a few showers just west of leesburg and down 81. we'll be dealing with this for the next few hours. monika samtani, showers moving in. the morning rush hour. that's not good. >> won't be a good combination. if you're heading out early, i think it's a great idea. right now things are looking really good around town. the beltway no issues. all of the major their row fairs for the most part -- thoroughfares for the most part are doing well as well. i-66 no delays to speak of yet. there had been a minor accident in haymarket and that's been cleared as well. let's take a live look inbound 66. volumes are light. roads are dry. let's go back over to the maps this time to the north side of town coming in from rockville, aspen hill, burtonsville, wheaton, bethesda, college park into silver spring on the beltway. all of that looking good. another live look
up effort is underway in reston, virginia. one of the worst areas is near lake ann. the storm sent trees on to homes, cars and power lines. huge cranes had to be brought in. people say it is amazing no one was seriously hurt. >>> district officials have announced new steps to try to prevent flooding of the booming dale and detroit neighborhoods in northwest. short-term fixes include additional storm drains and rain barrels to collect run offs from roofs. district officials say they plan to begin construction on a long-term solution within the next 45 days. >>> it is time for the latest your money report. >> and jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. >> good morning. so much for the jobs report friday. a lot of people are playing the bets on the federal reserve this week. analysts question how another bond buying program will try to keep interest rates low. checking the numbers from wall street. the dow stands this morning at a five year high after adding 14 points on friday. nasdaq pretty flat on the day but a good day for the s & p 500. >>> bankruptcy creditors expect the p
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